It’s Finally Fall (Autumn) Book Tag


Happy Saturday everyone,

It is autumn, that wonderful time of the year. Where I live, it has marked a sudden drop in the temperature and it is rapidly getting darker in the evenings. What better time is there to read in comfort?

Thank you to Pauliina for tagging me for this. She is one of my best blogging friends and writes such detailed and engaging posts, so do follow her blog if you don’t already!

I did this tag last year, so let’s see if any of my answers have changed…

IN FALL, THE AIR IS CRISP AND CLEAR | NAME A BOOK WITH A VIVID SETTING!

The Victorian London setting for this book was brilliantly captured, and made to feel very real. The evocative descriptions made the story so immersive.

NATURE IS BEAUTIFUL BUT ALSO DYING | NAME A BOOK THAT IS BEAUTIFULLY WRITTEN, BUT ALSO DEALS WITH A HEAVY TOPIC LIKE LOSS OR GRIEF

This book deals with one of the heaviest and heartbreaking topics imaginable, but is so brilliantly written. I have read some books in 2019 that could answer this prompt, but not to the extent that this one does.

FALL IS BACK TO SCHOOL SEASON | SHARE A NON-FICTION BOOK THAT TAUGHT YOU SOMETHING NEW

This is one of only two non-fiction books I have read from cover to cover in 2019, and it not only taught me new things about the Harry Potter series, but I learnt a lot of interesting facts from it, too.

IN ORDER TO KEEP WARM, IT’S GOOD TO SPEND SOME TIME WITH THE PEOPLE WE LOVE | NAME A FICTIONAL FAMILY/HOUSEHOLD/FRIEND-GROUP THAT YOU’D LIKE TO BE A PART OF

Does this count as a household?! I am sure that every Harry Potter fan wishes they could be in a Hogwarts house, and for me it would be Ravenclaw.

FALL IS THE PERFECT TIME FOR SOME STORYTELLING BY THE FIRESIDE | SHARE A BOOK WHEREIN SOMEBODY IS TELLING A STORY.

Storytelling is a prominent feature in Once Upon A River, and plays a big role in the plot in an inventive and almost endearing way.

THE NIGHTS ARE GETTING DARKER | SHARE A DARK, CREEPY READ.

Out of the thrillers I have read in 2019, this is possibly the darkest. Certainly the most tragic.

THE DAYS ARE GETTING COLDER | NAME A SHORT, HEARTWARMING READ THAT COULD WARM UP SOMEBODY’S COLD AND RAINY DAY.

This is one of my favourite classics. Delightfully whimsical, for me it is the ideal light and entertaining short read.

FALL RETURNS EVERY YEAR | NAME AN OLD FAVOURITE THAT YOU’D LIKE TO RETURN TO SOON.

I don’t reread many books, so there are no immediate plans I am afraid!

FALL IS THE PERFECT TIME FOR COSY READING NIGHTS | SHARE YOUR FAVOURITE COSY READING ACCESSORIES!

Just blankets, a cup of tea, and my bedside lamp!

I Tag

Anybody who wants to have a go at answering the questions!

Happy reading 🙂

11 thoughts on “It’s Finally Fall (Autumn) Book Tag

  1. Such a great list! I didn’t even know there was The History of Magic book, now I have to order it ASAP! As for the others, I’ve only read Alice, but I’m planning to read The Tattoist of Auschwitz and Once Upon a River.

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